Bridging the Gaps in Commercial Real Estate Financing

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Financing For Niche MarketsWalker Financial Consulting

At Walker Financial Consulting, we focus primarily on niche markets and sectors that we believe are being underserviced by traditional institutional lenders. In today’s post-financial crisis environment, regulatory restrictions and scrutiny often preclude these institutions from making certain types of loans to certain sectors.

The primary types of financing we provide includes short-term (one-to-three year, interest only) loans for:

  • Ground up construction*
  • Purchase of existing property
  • Refinancing
  • Debt restructuring
  • Rehab of existing property

Excluded: Business Equity, Joint Venture, Equipment Loans


We provide financing for a wide variety of different types of commercial real estate*. These include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Rehab of existing property
  • Hotels and motels
  • Office buildings and office parks
  • Mixed-use developments
  • Industrial buildings and warehouses
  • Golf courses and resort properties
  • Retail strip centers, plazas and shopping malls
  • Apartment buildings and condominiums
  • Senior living facilities
  • Retirement and nursing home facilities
  • Automobile dealerships
  • Cinemas
  • Multi-family residential complexes
  • Private schools
  • Subdivision servicing

Excluded: Vacant land, true rural areas, mobile home parks, single family developments, mines, channels, parking lots


In addition, we can also assist our clients in obtaining permanent long-term financing. We have relationships with traditional lenders that specialize in commercial real estate loans and can serve as a conduit to help our clients secure permanent financing when the time comes.

Contact Us Today  to discuss your commercial real estate financing needs in more detail.

*Must be income producing properties. The 25% – 35% needs to be in either cash, equity within the current project and/or cross collateralization of other owned commercial real estate projects.  Principals must have 30% – 35% “skin in the game” for all ground up construction projects